Army-Navy Screen Magazine #43: "a pictorial report from all fronts for the armed forces only." Produced by the Army Information Branch, Army Pictorial Services, Air Forces and the Navy Department. This installment of the series deals with the G.I. Bill of Rights (Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944) after World War II, with extensive voiceover narration about the history of the bill, with archival footage of soldiers returning home after World War I and reenactments of soldiers receiving the benefits of the bill.
May 19, 2006 Subject:
Excellent film about the Gi Bill Of Rights.
This was a very polished production. In a clear and interesting way it presented what the GI is and why it was established. Excellent narrative, filming, and editing.
September 18, 2003 Subject:
It covers nearly everything!
Nice overview of what soldiers can expect once they come home from the war, thanks to the GI Bill of Rights. They can expect education, a job help on home payments and almost anything they want... Well except women.